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All Faculty Expert tagged "sustainability"

Lisa Hayes

Hayes has more than 18 years of experience as a designer in the fashion industry primarily working in New York. She started her career at Albert Nipon in dresses, then moved up to the position of head designer at Liz Claiborne and Motherswork for Mimi stores. She has done freelance fashion illustration and continues to design on a freelance basis for home furnishings companies. She uses sustainable materials such as organic wool, organic cotton, leather tanned with an eco-friendly process and hand stitching. Her designs have been featured in stores throughout the US and UK in publications such as British Vogue, Glamour and various other fashion and home publications.

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Simi Hoque

Simi Hoque, PhD

Hoque is an expert in building energy use and the design of high-performance indoor environments, such as hospitals, assisted living centers and offices. Her research focuses on how occupant comfort and energy efficiency are affected by design. In addition, she is a leader in the development inclusive educational opportunities for women in engineering.

Mimi Sheller, PhD

Sheller's research interests include sustainable mobility and mobility justice, caribbean studies and mobilities, and tracing the histories and forecasting the futures of cultures of mobility.

Jin Wen, PhD

Wen’s research centers on designing and retrofitting buildings to maximize and improve energy efficiency.